Track 1 is instrumental. The version of "Fortune" on this album is slow and somber, with tribal-style drumming; a more energetic, hopeful version of "Fortune" was released on the band's 1984 single "Sunlight Bathed The Golden Glow". (The phrase "sunlight bathed the golden glow" actually came from the band's earlier song "Penelope Tree".)
This album and its follow-up The Splendour of Fear were reissued by Cherry Red on one CD. The single version of "Fortune" (length 3:31) was later included in the band's 1992 best-of compilation Absolute Classic Masterpieces, and on their 2003 compilation Stains On A Decade.